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  • What Is a Multi-Nozzle 3D Printer?

    What Is a Multi-Nozzle 3D Printer?0

    3D printers use a nozzle to release material onto a print bed. Found at the end of the printer’s head, it’s responsible for distributing the material that’s used to build objects. Not all 3D printers use a single nozzle, however. Some of them contain multiple nozzles. Known as multi-nozzle 3D printers, they are used in

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  • The Benefits of Glass Beds for 3D Printing

    The Benefits of Glass Beds for 3D Printing0

    A print bed is an essential component that’s required for 3D printing. Regardless of the specific technology, all 3D printers build objects on a tangible substrate. Known as a print bed, it provides the structure for the deposited material. 3D printers build objects by depositing material onto a print bed. While there are several types

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  • Can 3D Printing Replace Injection Molding?

    Can 3D Printing Replace Injection Molding?0

    With origins dating back to the late 1800s, injection molding is a time-tested manufacturing process. It’s been used for over a century to produce objects in custom shapes and sizes. While many manufacturing companies still use injection molding, there’s talk of it being replaced with 3D printing. So, can 3D printing really replace injection molding?

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  • A Crash Course on Binder Jet 3D Printing

    A Crash Course on Binder Jet 3D Printing0

    Have you heard of binder jet 3D printing? Also known as drop-on powder 3D printing, it’s a popular alternative to traditional 3D printing processes, including fused filament fabrication (FFF). Binder jet 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process that’s used in the manufacturing industry to produce prototypes as well as finished products. How does binder

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  • Liquid Additive Manufacturing: Building 3D Objects WIth Liquid

    Liquid Additive Manufacturing: Building 3D Objects WIth Liquid0

    It’s a common assumption that all additive manufacturing processes require the use of solid material. A subset of 3D printing, additive manufacturing involves the construction of an object from a computer-generated file by depositing or “adding” material onto a bed or substrate. It leverages a 3D printer that releases the material out of a nozzle.

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  • The 3 Basic Steps of 3D Printing

    The 3 Basic Steps of 3D Printing0

    3D printing has become synonymous with manufacturing. Research, in fact, indicates it’s the most popular prototyping method used by manufacturing companies. Using a 3D printer, manufacturing companies can quickly build prototypes for testing and quality assurance purposes. While there are many different types of 3D printing processes, though, nearly all of them consist of three

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